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Things You Need to Know About Medicare

Source from AARP Timing is everything Most people are eligible for Medicare when they turn 65, and most sign up for Medicare at that time to avoid late penalties. If you already receive Social Security benefits, you’ll be automatically enrolled. Otherwise, you must apply to sign up. However, if you or your spouse still works… Read more »

6 Places Never to Use a Debit Card

Written by Sid Kirchheimer, from AARP Credit or debit? Although both cards look the same, they offer different protections. Under federal law, if your credit card is used to make unauthorized charges after it is lost or stolen, you’re liable for only $50 — no matter the amount and with no time restrictions to report the… Read more »

AARP National Caregiving Expert Amy Goyer Headlines Allentown Forum

Source from AARP, Posted on 05/7/2014 by Steve Gardner “More than 150 Lehigh Valley residents recently attended a special Caregiving Forum at an Allentown hospital that provided practical advice for individuals currently caring for loved ones at home or anticipating care for themselves or family members. Hosted by Nancy Werteen of WFMZ-TV, the program addressed  questions… Read more »

RESOURCE ALERT: AARP Foundation Tax-Aide

    AARP is a great tool to get you the help you need with preparing your taxes this year. From frequently asked questions, to programs and services, this is a really great resource. Check out the link below to see what AARP can do for you during this tax season! http://www.aarp.org/money/taxes/aarp_taxaide/?intcmp=HP-LN-TOP5-TAXAIDE  

FREE 2014 TAX ASSISTANCE

http://states.aarp.org This year, AARP Foundation is again providing free tax assistance and preparation for taxpayers with low to moderate income through the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program. AARP Foundation Tax-Aide, in its 45thyear, is the nation’s largest free tax assistance and preparation service, giving special attention to those 60 and older.  You do not need to be a… Read more »